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Who we are

Our members include academics, curators, conservators and visitor experience professionals with diverse backgrounds and expertise. For a full list of participants who attended the study days, see the .pdf document at the bottom of the page.

Institutions represented in Sound Heritage include:

  • The Attingham Trust
  • Buccleuch Living Trust
  • Birmingham City University
  • Chawton House Library
  • University of Glasgow
  • Goldsmiths, University of London
  • Jane Austen's House Museum
  • The National Trust
  • The National Centre for Early Music
  • The Royal College of Music
  • The Royal Northern College of Music
  • University of Southampton
  • Sydney Living Museums
  • University of York

In September 2017 we launched the AHRC-funded “Music, Home and Heritage: Sounding the Domestic in Georgian Britain” project, which will run across three years.  This will build on the ideas generated through the Sound Heritage network to expand our understanding of music-making in the home, and the interpretive possibilities this brings.

 

Principal Investigator (Sound Heritage network and Music, Home and Heritage)

Professor Jeanice Brooks   Professor Jeanice Brooks

   Department of Music

   University of Southampton

   Building 2, Highfield, Southampton

   SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

   ljb1@soton.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Co-Investigator (Music, Home and Heritage) 

Wiebke Thormahlen     Dr Wiebke Thormählen

    Royal College of Music

    Prince Consort Road

    London SW7 2BS United Kingdom

    wiebke.thormahlen@rcm.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

Co-Investigator (Sound Heritage network)

   Professor Jonathan Wainwright 

   Department of Music

   University of York

   Heslington

   YO10 5DD United Kingdom

   jo.wainwright@york.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Postdoctoral Researcher (Music, Home and Heritage)

Dr Katrina Faulds   Dr Katrina Faulds

   Department of Music

   University of Southampton

   Building 2, Highfield, Southampton

  SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

  kf2g10@soton.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

Project Administrator

Victoria Hooper

Department of Music

University of Southampton

Building 2, Highfield, Southampton

SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

V.Hooper@soton.ac.uk